Hickok and the Kid brawl, and Lou and the Kid marry.
With the Civil War looming, Cody enlists as a Union scout.
Hickok defends a town cowed by five outlaws; Lou isn't sure she wants to sacrifice her freedom for marriage.
A vengeful gunfighter (Wings Hauser) tests Teaspoon's integrity; Teaspoon's third wife wants to reconcile.
Hickok and Teaspoon realize their friendship with a dying black man will transcend the impending Civil War.
To prove his manhood, Hickock goes after a murderous sociopath (Joseph Bottoms); no one likes Cody's story about the Pony Express.
Buck must pass a mystical test to free his former betrothed (Megan Gallivan) from an evil spirit.
A convicted murderer's release causes public outcry in Rock Creek.
Hitchcock pursues a boy's murderer; a grifter gleans information from Teaspoon to plan a bank robbery.
A woman (Khrystyne Haje) involves the Kid in a plot to locate a list of gold shipments to give to Southern forces.
The Kid must go against his faith to save Hickok from abolitionist raiders.
A barfly asks Lou's help; Hickock befriends a wounded Lakota Indian he's helping get home.
Cody and Noah pick up two nuns and a novice while transporting a Bengal tiger to Missouri.
Rachel is attracted to the wounded agent she's nursing, but his alcoholism conjures up painful memories.
The Kid meets an old girlfriend and realizes that adult experiences change one's perceptions of youth.
Hickok captures Jesse James' brother, giving young Jesse mixed feelings.